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Black Lives Matter

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Following recent police brutality against African Americans in the U.S, Australians took to the streets to unite against the poor treatment of Indigenous people.

The Melbourne protesters rallied behind the #BlackLivesMatter movement and highlighted the prevalence of Indigenous Australian deaths in custody. 

To find out more, reporter Jamal Ben spoke to legal issues expert Dr Stephen Gray and activist Yarramun Conole. 

 

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